He's just not accurate.
Bruce Gradkowski connected on over 60 percent of his passes for probably the first time in his life. But they were all small ball passes and against the worst secondary in the NFL.
He ended up with 278 yards but it was the runs after the catch that supplied the yardage. 233 of his 278 yards came on passes to running backs or tight ends.
The Texans averaged 333 pass yards given up per game coming in but the Raiders could reach that average.
He did have two dropped on him but he was 4-16 for 45 yards when throwing to receivers.
He was missing.
His most notable miss was a deep ball that Heyward-Bey ran by his man and could have had a touchdown. Instead, it was an under thrown ball that Heyward-Bey did a good job coming back to save the interception.
One of his two interception wasn't is fault but the first one should have been picked by the first Texan to touch it. The throw was not good and it has to be perfect when it,s thrown into quadruple coverage.
He himself admitted to missing too many and making too many mistakes.
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